Applebee’s Take Two Menu for Those Who Can’t Choose


Survey Finds Half of Millennials Fight Anxiety When Ordering at a Restaurant

Whether it’s sweat-soaked palms, jittery feet or an elevated heartbeat, a new survey* from Applebee’s America’s favorite neighborhood grill and bar reveals 50 percent of millennials experience symptoms of anxiety when ordering at a restaurant.

It should come as no surprise, then, that 6 in 10 millennial men and nearly half (46%) of millennial women routinely ask their servers for more time or jump at the opportunity to order last.

To tackle this dining dilemma, Applebee’s Take Two now available for a limited time gives Guests the power to pair any two selections from the Applebee’s Taste of Summer menu, starting at $10.99.

Take Two menu selections include:

  • Grilled Vidalia Onion Sirloin:A juicy 4 oz. sirloin and grilled sweet Vidalia onion is finished with sweet and spicy Hawaiian BBQ sauce and served with garlicky spinach and crispy smashed potatoes.
  • Shrimp Scampi Linguine:Succulent shrimp, grilled zucchini and pomodoro sauce on a bed of steaming linguine noodles tossed in a citrus scampi sauce. Sprinkled with our Parmesan cheese blend and torn basil.
  • Seasonal Berry & Spinach Salad:Spinach leaves layered with juicy blueberries, sliced strawberries, grilled chicken breast, bleu cheese crumbles and honey-glazed pecans. Tossed in our strawberry vinaigrette.
  • Margarita Queso Chicken:Grilled chicken in a cilantro lime glaze is served over a flavorful combo of Mexican rice, white queso, corn and black beans. Topped with hand-cut avocado, chopped cilantro and a squeeze of lime.
  • Green Goddess Wedge Salad:A crisp wedge of iceberg lettuce with Green Goddess dressing and topped with bacon, honey-glazed pecans, bleu cheese and parsley.

With two fresh, seasonal flavors on one plate, Take Two may even help millennials make new friends: According to the survey, nearly 80 percent of young people also consider sharing a “turn on,” which could mean more sampling from around the table this summer.

posted by: Eric Fujimori

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